Nikon D40 Digital SLR Camera - Black (18-55mm Lens Kit) £207.95 including £40 Nikon cashback - HotUKDeals
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Nikon D40 Digital SLR Camera - Black (18-55mm Lens Kit) £207.95 including £40 Nikon cashback

£207.95 @ Amazon
The price of this brilliant camera keeps getting lower, this is the lowest i have seen it so far. * Effective Pixels: 6.1 megapixel * Max Image Resolution: 3008 x 2000 * LCD Screen S… Read More
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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
The price of this brilliant camera keeps getting lower, this is the lowest i have seen it so far.

* Effective Pixels: 6.1 megapixel
* Max Image Resolution: 3008 x 2000
* LCD Screen Size: 2.5- inch
* Storage: SD Card
* Continuous Shooting Speed (fps): 2.5 fps
* Max Consecutive Shots: 100
* Dimensions: 126 x 64 x 94mm
* Weight: 475g (without battery)
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#1
Does anybody know how to claim the difference back from Amazon? I bought this at a price of £267 on 18th July.
#2
pugw$sh
Does anybody know how to claim the difference back from Amazon? I bought this at a price of £267 on 18th July.


Amazon has a hidden price promise that if you buy something and it drops in price within 30 days you can get the difference back. That means if you did any shopping there; you should check if the price has dropped in the sales, and if it has - claim the money back.

How do you get it back?

Amazon won't do this automatically, you'll need to go back and check the prices of the goods you've bought by logging into your account.

Simply visit your account and look at each invoice from the last thirty days and click on each item to view it's current price. Compare this to the price you paid and if there's a difference, copy down the order number and go to the 'Return and Refunds Contact Form' page to report it.

Step by step instructions

* Log into your Amazon account
* Click on 'view orders placed in the last 6 months'
* Copy the Amazon.co.uk order number:
* Click on the item to see if the price has dropped
* Click on 'Help' followed by Contact Us, 'Customer Service'
* Once you've found the right order click on Contact Amazon, copy in the order reference number and explain you'd like a refund as the price has dropped.

Cheers Hotshot
#3
Thats a silly price, i thought it was cheap at £230 after cashback,if i dint already have one id snap this up before the price changes.
#4
Thanks very much, I remembered that you posted the procedure on a previous thread.
#5
Exellent price, don't get paid till next weak prob be all gone by then!:x
#6
pugw$sh
Thanks very much, I remembered that you posted the procedure on a previous thread.


Youre welcome:thumbsup:
#7
This is the cheapest the D40 has ever been. Superb camera for the price. HOT!
#8
Itz only six megapikzelz tho so its sh!t!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111111111111111111111111111

;) Joking lads :)
Im really tempted at this! Seeing as i can sell my Ricoh Caplio R6 to my mother for about £100... :)
#9
Very nice, HOT......
#10
how does the cashback work? want a good slr is this any good for a beginner?
#11
BeautifulBethy
how does the cashback work? want a good slr is this any good for a beginner?


I am and bought one and it is brilliant.
#12
BeautifulBethy
how does the cashback work? want a good slr is this any good for a beginner?


http://www.nikon.co.uk/sites/cashback/summer2008_cashback_d40.html

Hope this helps.

2 Year warranty as well.
#13
weirdwilli
Itz only six megapikzelz tho so its sh!t!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111111111111111111111111111

;) Joking lads :)
Im really tempted at this! Seeing as i can sell my Ricoh Caplio R6 to my mother for about £100... :)


A truly caring son would keep the Ricoh and buy one of these for his mother ... :prop:
#14
Dave-T
A truly caring son would keep the Ricoh and buy one of these for his mother ... :prop:


HAHA! Funnyest thing i've read in a while! :-D +Rep for that :thumbsup:
And well something tells me she'd rather a P&S seeing as she cant even turn on her Mobile, let alone configuire manual settings of a DSLR ;)

Would people recomend this to a begginner?
Im only 14 but i really would like something either close to a DSLR or one itself as I'd like to start getting into photogrphy more seriously..
#15
Please read the full terms and conditions before purchasing
Purchase qualifying products
Visit [url]www.nikon.co.uk/cashback[/url] and click on “I have purchased a Nikon DSLR” and follow the claims procedure
You will be required to submit photocopies of your receipt/invoice and completed dealer record/warranty slips together with a claim form.
Send all your documents to the address on the claim form.

IMPORTANT

All claims must be received by 31th July 2008
This offer is limited to one claim per person
Original receipts/invoices should not be sent in with your application as Nikon will not return the original documentation.
Please note that the date needs to be clearly visible on the receipt
For online purchases an order confirmation is not sufficient for a claim.
If you experience problems and/or are unable to download the form please ring our claim line on 01420 525506.

No cashback available because it is now after 31st July 2008.

URL: http://www.nikon.co.uk/sites/cashback/summer2008_how-to-claim.html
#16
Cashback is still available

All purchases have to be made between 1st July and 31st August 2008.
Claims must arrive by 30th September 2008.

http://www.nikon.co.uk/sites/cashback/summer2008_cashback_d40.html
#17
sham63
Cashback is still available

All purchases have to be made between 1st July and 31st August 2008.
Claims must arrive by 30th September 2008.

http://www.nikon.co.uk/sites/cashback/summer2008_cashback_d40.html


Why does the Nikon website say two different things?
#18
Darklord
Please read the full terms and conditions before purchasing
Purchase qualifying products
Visit [url]www.nikon.co.uk/cashback[/url] and click on “I have purchased a Nikon DSLR” and follow the claims procedure
You will be required to submit photocopies of your receipt/invoice and completed dealer record/warranty slips together with a claim form.
Send all your documents to the address on the claim form.

IMPORTANT

All claims must be received by 31th July 2008
This offer is limited to one claim per person
Original receipts/invoices should not be sent in with your application as Nikon will not return the original documentation.
Please note that the date needs to be clearly visible on the receipt
For online purchases an order confirmation is not sufficient for a claim.
If you experience problems and/or are unable to download the form please ring our claim line on 01420 525506.

No cashback available because it is now after 31st July 2008.


Wrong clains must be in by the end of September you are looking at the spring cashback not the summer offer

URL: http://www.nikon.co.uk/sites/cashback/summer2008_how-to-claim.html
#19
According to that link, the offer is open to purchases until the 31st August with the claims being sent in by 30th September.
#20
Says its Summer 2008 in the URL
#21
hey anyone thinking of purchasing this item may want to save a bit more by looking at this post (http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/225974/102-50-amazon-vouchers).

hope this option helps someone even more.
#22
This bits interesting This cashback offer is subject to continuous ownership of the product(s) purchased. Nikon UK reserve the right to recall/cancel payment if the product is returned/resold.
#23
it's gone back up to £247

Boo
#24
Greedo
it's gone back up to £247

Boo


It's always been £247...you have to get the cashback for £207
#25
Bought this camera on the 25th July for our holiday last week - superb piece of kit and the picture quality is excellent.

Thanks for the pointer re the Amazon price promise - I've fired them off an email for the £20 difference.
#26
best thing is to get pcworld to pricematch as its £289 in pcworld so you will get 10% of the difference approx £4 making it £203 after cashback. amazon is on there pricematch promise list so they will do it no problem :thumbsup:
#27
Nikon have had two cashback promotions so far this year ,(spring promotion and summer promotion) the summer promotion had a slightly greater cashback.Thats why their are different promotion closing dates.

Thanks.
#28
Bluerye
Bought this camera on the 25th July for our holiday last week - superb piece of kit and the picture quality is excellent.

Thanks for the pointer re the Amazon price promise - I've fired them off an email for the £20 difference.


No problem:)
#29
Hot Hot Hot
#30
heat and rep added thanks
#31
This guide should help anybody that decides to buy this cracking camera.

http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d40/users-guide/index.htm

Cheers,

Hotshot.
#32
does anyone know if i reserve this to collect at store from pc world, will they still do the pricematch against amazon?? thanks!
#33
Yes, I believe they would. You may have to pay non pricematched price at the till then phone the claims line.

Question - the deal says you must purchase a separate and additional lens kit. If you buy the Amazon box then will you have to add a separate lens kit? As the claim form says you need the lens kit serial no.
1 Like #34
I submit this information 6 hours ago, but been moved to MISC O_O

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/225842/nikon-d40-247-95-40-cashback-207-95/
#35
So the cheapest way to buy is to use quidco (2.5% or £7.24) and collect at store of PC World to avoid postage. Then 110% of the diff is £4.20. Am I missing something or would I pay £196.51 in real terms after price match and quidco and cashback from rebate at Nikon. And that doesn't even include paying with a cashback credit card worth anything between 0.5% and 4%. I am tempted. You can tell.
#36
matedodgy
So the cheapest way to buy is to use quidco (2.5% or £7.24) and collect at store of PC World to avoid postage. Then 110% of the diff is £4.20. Am I missing something or would I pay £196.51 in real terms after price match and quidco and cashback from rebate at Nikon. And that doesn't even include paying with a cashback credit card worth anything between 0.5% and 4%. I am tempted. You can tell.


Well you take plenty of time - wouldn't want to do anything hasty like buy an award winning DSLR for an astronomical £196 :roll:
#37
Lol. That made me giggle. Seriously though, would the lens included in the bundled box be enough to qualify for the Nikon Cashback?
#38
Yep it would, i've been working it all otu and it will work!
#39
gr8 post. i was checking the price yesterday or the day b4 and it was still £267
#40
wife will hate me now. but I'm having a new camera yeah! hot uk deal !

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